American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of central Italy. It is primarily a tourist center, with villas and gardens on a hill overlooking the Arno River and the city of Florence. Population: 14,100.
- Fiesole, Giovanni Angelica da See Fra Angelico.
“The view from the dining room is right up there with the terrace of the Villa San Michele in Fiesole or the restaurant at Le Sireneuse in Positano.”
“Summer 1990 — a very extended lunch at a garden restaurant in Fiesole — overlooking the Tuscan hills.”
“He is often, but not accurately, termed simply "Fiesole," which is merely the name of the town where he first took the vows; more often Fra Angelico.”
“And don't forget Fiesole which is a short bus hop from Florence.”
“Four miles from the center of Florence, Il Salviatino is set among 12 acres of gardens on a winding lane that leads up to the lovely hill town of Fiesole.”
“And while Lorenzo had also hoped to find a way to get Colombina out to Fiesole for a day, he had not been successful in that venture.”
“The doctor from Fiesole arrived as Giuliano completed his revelation.”
“The construction noise had made him irritable, and a nanny had taken him to visit his grandparents at their villa in nearby Fiesole several hours before the tragedy.”
“I bought her a house in Fiesole, and I installed her there as my mistress, where she is to this day.”
“He had begged Lorenzo to come to Fiesole, promising to explain once they were both in the house there together and away from the gossips in Florence.”
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